did you know that all diseases can be eliminated?the doctors don't know thatthe medical establishment don't want you to know about itsee thishttp://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2014/03/can-all-cancer-be-cured-in-less-than-12-weeks-2922418.htmland than see this if you truly care about your healthEvery year thousands of people collapse and die from running and sport activitiesbecause of lack of minerals, especially copper, which the heart needs desperatelyfor proper functioning ... if women take... Topic: Food Waste
Lizzie Press, from the National Pig Association (NPA), explains why she and the NPA believe that feeding food waste to pigs is dangerous and should not be encouraged. Topics: pigs, food waste, agroecology
Writer and farmer Simon Fairlie believes that the threat of disease in pigs comes more from the industrial style of farming used than the use of food waste as feed. Topics: pigs, food waste, agroecology
Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin tackle the issue of food waste in a film about what happened when they stopped buying groceries for six months and survived exclusively on discarded food. In this interview, Jen Rustemeyer explains the myriad reasons that gets thrown away. Jen Rustemeyer speaks with Redeye host Esther Hsieh. Check out our website for more information about Redeye. Find us on Facebook and like our page for regular updates. Topics: food, food waste, agriculture, poverty, economics, food labelling, farming
The rapid growth of population leads to generation of waste especially in developing countries. Various strategies and procedures have been employed towards waste minimization but public behaviors remain unchanged. Recycling of food waste is one of practical solution to minimize waste at source since recycling is the highest level of waste management hierarchy, thus more preferable option rather than landfilling. This paper presents the potential of food waste composting at source using... Topics: Food Waste Composting, Green Ambassador, E-Learning, Biosense Scheme
Frank welcomes two guests who share some of the highlights of the upcoming Food Tank event. First up is Danielle Nierenberg, director of Food Tank and organizer of the Food Tank conference. Danielle explains the mission and history of Food Tank, and shares the format of the conference and some of the speakers and topics people can expect. The Food Tank event is sold out, but there will be a live stream available from foodtank.com. Next up is Erik food journalist and photographer Erik... Topics: food tank, local food, sustainability, food, agriculture, organic, food waste
byJohn Hoffner, Producer with Co-Hosts Stacy Guidry and Reed Sternberg
Reducing Food Waste in Austin TexasFor September 11, 2014, we talked all about statewide efforts to divert food waste from landfills! Thomas Vinson with the Zero Waste Network at the University of Texas at Arlington joined us to talk about the school’s recent receipt of an EPA grant that will be used to engage all levels of the Austin area community to reduce waste in the hospitality industry, with an emphasis on food waste, partnership building and achieving measurable environmental... Topics: Food waste, composting, Keep Austin Fed, Reduce food waste, recycle, zero waste network, Shades of...
New guidelines have come into force urging supermarkets to phase out sell-by dates on food labels. But will this really curb excessive household food waste? Robert Powell reports... Topics: sell-by dates, government, people's supermarket, food waste, british retail consortium
Segment 401 of the Broadcast Cable Series: " Tamara Lynn Scott" focuses on " Ending Hunger and Food Waste" and interviews Saint Peter and Saint Paul's Church in Ben Lomond, California. You may preview this work and others at the master website: http://TamaraLynnScottBroadcasts.blogspot.com or contact the producer at TamaraLynnScott@gmail.com Topics: Ending Hunger and Food Waste, Segment 401, Tamara Lynn Scott, Saint Peter and Saint Paul's Church
The EcoNews Report is presented by the Northcoast Environmental Center, in Arcata, CA. Broadcast every Thursday at 1:30pm on KHSU (Humboldt State University) and khsu.org. 1/12/12- Beth Werner of Humboldt Baykeeper interviews Juliette Bohn and Sara Mosser about HWMA's new Food Waste Diversion Program. Uploaded by Morgan Corviday. Topics: NEC, Northcoast Environmental Center, EcoNews Report, Humboldt, Arcata, KHSU, food waste, HWMA
Important Media contributors Aaron Fown and Priti Ambani join host Jeff Mcintire-Strasburg to discuss food wastes, and the possibilities for lowering the amount that we throw away, or making better use of it. Topics: important media, important ideas, hangout on air, food waste, entrepreneurship, technology
Students at the Woolman Semester School explore the culture of food waste. Just when does food go bad? How much waste are we generating that could be used to sustain our communities? This film explores dumpster diving as a way to reduce food waste and rebel from a culture of consumption in the U.S. Topics: Hiwot Misker, Madeline Artibee, Mandy White, Woolman Semester, food, food waste, sustainability,...
byAmy Rotter, WMEAC, Community Media Center, 88.1FM, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Justin Swan, Vice President of Sales and Development at Organicycle, discusses the process and benefits of composting. Topics: WMEAC, WYCE, radio, Watershed Moment, sustainability, Michigan, Just Swan, Organicycle, compost,...
Ending Hunger and Food Waste - Baba's Kitchen - Tamara Lynn Scott Broadcasts is a portion of the thirty minute Broadcast Cable Segment in the weekly, educational, Broadcast Cable Series: Tamara Lynn Scott, which can be previewed on-line at the master website for the series: http://TamaraLynnScottBroadcasts.blogspot.com. You may order these programs from the Producer to air on your local not-for-profit, cable station, at no cost for airings, and can reach the producer at... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ending Hunger and Food Waste, Feeding the Body and Soul, Broadcast Cable Series, Tamara Lynn Scott,...
SEGMENT 415 of the Broadcast Cable Series:"Ending Hunger" Features Baba's Kitchen One Year Celebration at Saint Michael's Church in Boulder Creek, California. Produced by Tamara Lynn Scott, the segment is an edited version of the thirty minute broadcast, 12 minutes and 37 seconds. Encouraged are every church, temple, mosque, synagogue, and meeting hall, to open their hearts and doors once a week or month, to host a pot-luck lunch or dinner for their communities. We can end hunger and... Topics: Ending Hunger, Tamara Lynn Scott, Broadcasts, Ending Food Waste, Baba's Kitchen, Saint Michael's...
Allied Waste Services is implementing a system for food waste composting. Four businesses in Salem, Oregon, have signed-up to participate in the pilot program. Living Culture talks with Debra Edwards and Stephen Perkins of Cascade Baking Company, and Chrissie Bertsch of the Salem Conference Center, to observe the program first-hand. We then visit Allied Waste's Processing & Recovery Center, north of Corvallis, to discuss the composting process with Brian May and Robin Murbach. Once... Topics: Living Culture, local food, Salem, Corvallis, Camp Adair, Oregon, Allied Waste Services, compost...
bySkiles, H. Brisbin; Ferguson, K. Ann; Montana. Dept. of Public Instruction
Abstract: The Montana nutrition education project was designed to implement a comprehensive nutrition education program in Montana elementary schools, utilizing school food service as an integral part of the program. The intention was to measure the effectiveness of nutrition education in developing positive attitudes about food habits and food wastes of pupils and determine methods for implementing a state-wide program. A nutrition education specialist developed four education programs... Topics: Nutrition education, Elementary school curriculum, Elementary school students, School food service,...
On the first show since retuning from winter hibernation in our tropical hideout Dissident Island presents: * Folks from London No Borders chatting to us live about the upcoming "Life's too short to be controlled" day of action on 23 January, with a discussion linking the issues of migration, border control and state surveillance; * SmashEDO on their upcoming "Remember Gaza" mass demo aiming to shut-down the Brighton bomb-makers; * Some words from the Cloak and Dinner, on... Topics: Dissident Island Radio, DIY Radio, LARC, Anarchism, London, UK, London no Borders, Direct Action,...